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Paddle bangs and stops when kneading dough. Can I lubricate the base shaft of the bread pan? (Model B1650 Black & Decker All-In-One-Pro Breadmaker.)

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The paddles fit two ways, so what you must do is have them facing opposite ways, then they fight with each other and elongate the loaf

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I am looking for a paddle for my bread maker

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There is a sealed bearing in the bottom of the bread pan. The paddle sits on the sealed bearing shaft. Over time the bearing begins to fail and the paddle does not turn freely or it may even freeze up. If you are sure everything is installed correctly this may be the problem. See if the paddle moves freely by hand and is not really loose. Sealed bearings can not be replaced. Eventually you will need a new bread pan. Sorry Hank

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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Your model number for the all in one pro should be a B1650 (single paddle model)

If that is correct then this is one source for the paddle:

http://www.abtecparts.com/commerce/search/products/?product_id=01XBD42959200&merchant_id=1933

An informationl note about Black and Decker products is that there are replacement parts for anything they make as long as they have no discontinued the model number. Once the model number is discontinued they have aftermarket replacement parts for 5 years only.
(your replacement paddle is starting to show up as no longer available)

The orignal paddle part number is: 429592-00

Here is a 2nd source for the paddle:
(96 in stock)

http://www.radioequip.com/servlet/the-Home-Appliances-cln-Black-and-Decker-cln-Bread-Makers/Categories
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Can you tell me what kind of flour you used? In other words was it all purpose flour, bread flour etc.? Maybe we can figure out what went wrong. Your machine is probably fine. Bread machines are pretty tough.

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Your model number for the all in one pro should be a B1650 (single paddle model)

If that is correct then this is one source for the paddle:

http://www.abtecparts.com/commerce/search/products/?product_id=01XBD42959200&merchant_id=1933

An informationl note about Black and Decker products is that there are replacement parts for anything they make as long as they have no discontinued the model number. Once the model number is discontinued they have aftermarket replacement parts for 5 years only.
(your replacement paddle is starting to show up as no longer available)

The orignal paddle part number is: 429592-00

Here is a 2nd source for the paddle:
(96 in stock)

http://www.radioequip.com/servlet/the-Home-Appliances-cln-Black-and-Decker-cln-Bread-Makers/Categories
Thanks for using FixYa:

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